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Ingenia 3.0T Right elbow - Qscan Radiology Clinics, Australia

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Kennedy, Ben, M.Sc. Qscan Radiology Clinics • Australia

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This R4.1.3 ExamCard is used for right elbow imaging with the dS Small Extremity 8ch coil. The supine patient positioning offers greater comfort and is possible because of the high quality fat saturation thoughout the region, due to outstanding homogeneity and linearity of the Ingenia 3.0T.

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Total scan time is 22:42 min.

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Transversal PDW SPAIR Voxels: 0.38 x 0.52 x 3.50 mm
Transversal PDW SPAIR
Voxels: 0.38 x 0.52 x 3.50 mm
Coronal PDW Voxels: 0.35 x 0.44 x 2.50 mmCoronal T2W SPAIR Voxels: 0.40 x 0.50 x 2.50 mm
Coronal PDW
Coronal T2W SPAIR
Voxels: 0.35 x 0.44 x 2.50 mm
Voxels: 0.40 x 0.50 x 2.50 mm
Sagittal PDW Voxels: 0.35 x 0.41 x 2.80 mm
Sagittal PDW
Voxels: 0.35 x 0.41 x 2.80 mm

Patient preparation

The examination has to be performed with the patient supine in head-first position .
The dS Small Extremity 8ch coil is used.


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Ingenia 3.0T
Release 4.1
dS Small Extremity coil, dStream, Elbow, Musculoskeletal
 

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